The theory of quadratic equations can be applied to other equations.

Topics: quadratc, equations

Solving trig equations of a specific type

Topic: trig equations

If we have the same (or more) number of equations as we do pronumerals, we should be able to evaluate the pronumerals.

Topic: simultaneous equations

Techniques for solving trig equations

Topic: trig equations

Two technique for solving this equation

Topic: trig equations

Solving trig equations

Topic: trig equations

Solving trig equations

Topic: trig equations

The steps involved in solviong trig equations.

Topics: trigonometry, equations

Techniques for solving basic equations/

Topics: algebra, equations

Solving equations (and inequations)

Topics: equations, inequations

A further look at trig equations

Topic: trig equations

Solving equations and inequations, and writing the inequalities "correctly"

Topics: algebra, equations, inequalities

Whenever you have the same number of unknowns as you do equations it should be possible to find the unkowns. (ssuming none of the equations is a multiple of another).

Topics: algebra, simultaneous equations

Solving trig equations

Topics: trigonometry, trig equations

If you have the same number of equations as pronumerals, it must be possible to evaluate the pronumerals

Topics: algebra, simultaneous equations

Looking at two techniques for solving the specific equation.

Topics: trigonometry, trig equations

When two things multiply together to equal zero, one of them must be zero. This is the basis for solving quadratic equations.

Topics: algebra, quadratic equations

The technique of completing the square can be used when the equation cannot be factorised. As the steps are the same each time, this pattern lends itself to a formula, the formula known as "the quadratic formula"

Topics: algebra, quadratic equations, completing the square

Defining absolute value and using it to solve equations, inequations and draw graphs.

Topics: absolute value, algebra, equations, curve sketching

Deriving formulae for finding the general solutions of trig equations

Topics: inverse trig, trig equations, general solutions